In Senji, Cestos City: HVL Conducts Post 16 Days’ Activism By: Julius Konton


About sixty women leaders in Senji, Grand Cape Mount and Cestos, Rivercess Counties have benefited from an intensive capacity development training in Western and Southeastern Liberia. Organized by Her Voice Liberia as part of its post 16 Days of Activism activities to end gender violence against women and girls, the productive women in Senji and Cestos skills were further sharpened on how to conduct dialogue for women political participation.  According to Her Voice Liberia Executive Director, Evangeline Sirleaf, both trainings in Rivercess and Grand Cape Mount were in fulfillment of “POWER” Project milestone activities which are aimed at promoting women leadership. The meaningful capacity development trainings for women leadership in both counties, Madam Sirleaf said, also focused on participatory democracy and gender mainstreaming in decision making. The participatory exercise saw the exchange of ideas from the active women participants, asking relevant questions including fruitful responses and presentations from the facilitators. The happy participants at the end of the training exercise lauded Her Voice Liberia for the meaningful training and promised to utilize the skills acquired at their respective institutions with the assurance of making a bigger and tangible impact over the period, unlike before.

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